You can buy James Bond’s ‘Die Can Wait’ car – THM Magazine
If the James Bond fan in you thinks it’s a little late to embrace her majesty’s career as a secret spy, it’s not impossible to take a ride in Agent 007’s borrowed vehicles, one of the Defenders, a Range Rover and a Jaguar among the lots on sale to celebrate 60 years of James Bond films from the new opus History of Never. It will not be given.
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Two Defenders and a Range Rover Sport SVR will be offered, starting with the Defender 110 (estimate £300,000-500,000) off-road show at No Time To Die. This sale will benefit the British Red Cross. The proposed lot registration VIN 007 (VIN is an abbreviation Vehicle registration number, or registering in English). This protector, one of ten used in the shoot, was also used during promotion before the film was made.
A Defender 110 V8 Bond Edition, designed by SV Bespoke and inspired by the never-to-die Defender features, will also be offered (estimate: £200,000-300,000). Only 300 copies of the Bond Edition are available worldwide and this one has the “60 Years of Bond” logo on the dashboard. This vehicle is of British specification, is typically homologated, and is being sold in aid of the Tusk Conservation Charity Fund.
The stunt Range Rover Sport SVR (estimate £80,000-120,000) was also featured in the off-road chase scenes in No Time To Die and was one of 6 for the shoot.
Chosen by the No Time To Die stunt team as the concept chase car, the Jaguar XF (estimate £50,000-70,000) is one of two seen in the film’s pre-credits. The official, two-part charity sale, Sixty Years of James Bond, will feature a total of 60 lots.
The official, two-part charity sale, Sixty Years of James Bond, will feature a total of 60 lots. The online sale, which runs from September 15 to James Bond Day on October 5, will feature 35 lots covering 25 films. Defenders, Range Rovers and Jaguars used in the stunt were among the 25 lots offered at the invitation-only public sale by Christie’s and EON Productions in London on 28 September. Fans and collectors around the world can bid online using Christie’s Live.